Patients can now queue themselves through an instant queueing kiosk in the hospital with the help of QMeUp’s Instant Queue. Find out how it works.
Unorganized patient records have always been a burden during hospital transactions. To further improve the process of serving patients, QMeUp has come up with a feature that makes the patient registration process easier—the Centralized Registration. Here’s how it works.
On the patient’s first visit to the health facility, prior to any medical examination and treatment, the patient is required to come to the designated representative for registration. This step is essential for the patient’s appointment. During registration, patients will be asked to specify their basic information. Meanwhile, the primary role of the assigned registrar is to capture the patients’ data. The registrar will be in charge of inputting the patient information into the database of the hospital or clinic. Through this, the facility will have a centralized collection of patient information that will make it easier for other departments to be well-coordinated.
Once registered, the patient will receive an invitation to create a QMeUp account. This will be done through e-mail. Patients have the option not to own an account but they are strongly encouraged to do so because of the benefits of having a QMeUp account entails. Upon creating an account, every patient is given their individual QR Code to which all their basic information will be stored. The QR Code is also very helpful when it comes to experiencing an efficient and speedy queuing process in any QMeUp facility.
Your Files and Results are safe with our privacy setting feature. You can choose which files are private and public. Share your examination results by granting your doctors access to your files.
With Files & Results module, the patients can now receive their laboratory or exam results on their smart devices. Not only that, you can now upload images and pdf files to your QMeUp account.
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